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Earn 1,000 Bonus Marriott Rewards Points Per Stay in Southern California

You can earn 1,000 bonus Marriott Rewards points per stay when you stay a minimum of two consecutive nights at your choice of 47 different hotel properties in southern California from Thursday, October 12, 2017 through Tuesday, January 2, 2018 — and you must use promotional code MRP when booking your reservation.

In addition to the bonus points, you can also enjoy the following benefits…

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Earn Up to 45,000 Free Marriott Rewards Points Per Year Through Social Media

Through its Connect and Collect program, Marriott Rewards is offering its members an opportunity to earn up to a maximum of 45,000 free points per calendar year by using social media — and although point bonuses have already been offered since the launch of the initiative, that is only the beginning.

Getting started earns you points as well. You can…

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Another Way Mandatory Resort Fees are Deceptive

“From time to time i get no points on the resort fee and have to mail marriott a couple of times before they understand that we should get points on resort fee, is there any were i can find it written down so i dont need to discuss this back and forth several times?”

Although no specific language pertaining to mandatory resort fees are included in the terms and conditions of earning Marriott Rewards points, the response to the question you just read…

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Save Up to 30 Percent Off Room Rates During Asia Pacific Sale 2017 With Marriott, Starwood and Ritz-Carlton

You can save up to 30 percent off of standard room rates at participating hotel and resort properties in the portfolios of Marriott, Starwood and Ritz-Carlton across the Asia Pacific region for stays booked during this limited-time bonus sale now through Monday, July 10, 2017 using promotional code 86U; and completed through Thursday, August 31, 2017.

This promotion is valid…

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The “New” Marriott Cancellation Policy is Not New — Just Expanded

The main reason behind the implementation of stricter cancellation policies is because when a potential guest cancels a reservation at the last minute, the room reserved for that guest might remain unsold. That would be unfair to management of the hotel property — especially if demand was high and the hotel property might have otherwise been sold out…

…and what if more than one guest cancelled at the last minute at the same hotel property? What if someone else could have used that room but was denied the ability to book the reservation — only to have that room possibly unused due to a cancellation at the last minute?

Due primarily to that reasoning…

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